City of Natchitoches buildings close to public after returning to Phase 2

The following has been provided by the City of Natchitoches:

NATCHITOCHES, La. (City of Natchitoches) – By order of the Mayor of the City of Natchitoches, Monday, December 7, all access to city buildings will be restricted to the public for the safety of the employees and citizens until further notice. This restriction on access to City buildings includes the Martin Luther King, Jr. Recreation Center and the Utility Service

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Ski Slopes Adapt And Innovate Heading Into The 2020-21 Ski Season

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) – The West Virginia ski season officially kicks off on Friday, December 3rd, with the rope-dropping at Snowshoe Mountain. At more than 4800 feet above sea-level, it is often the sight of our first ski runs annually. But even at that that high elevation this December opening date still represents a delay in what usually is intended to begin around Thanksgiving. Though not all years are the

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N.J. reports record-high 4,913 new COVID-19 positive tests, 64 more deaths. Hospitalizations climb again.

New Jersey on Thursday reported 4,913 new coronavirus cases — the highest number of positive tests in a single day — and another 64 deaths as hospitalizations continue to climb following a brief dip over Thanksgiving.

The latest figures were announced a day after Gov. Phil Murphy warned “the numbers in our hospitals tell us how this virus is moving.”

There were 3,292 people being hospitalized as of Wednesday night.

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Ducktales Showrunners Confirm Season 3 Will Be Last in Touching Letter

The co-creators of Ducktales confirm the shows cancellation in a heartfelt message that is very true to the show’s inclination towards crash landings.

The creators of Ducktales shared a heartfelt message on Twitter, officially confirming the reports that season 3 will be the show’s last. The cartoon may be a reboot of a Disney classic, but this conception of the Duck clan is celebrated for going beyond expectations. The show’s 

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Pandemic won’t stop these annual Tri-Cities holiday events

Tri-Citians will once again be able to enjoy two Tri-Cities Christmas holiday traditions that date back to the 1960s.

Both can be viewed from the socially-distanced safety of a car like they have been for decades. And they start this weekend.

A light boat parade along the Columbia River launches Friday, Dec. 4, and the decorated yards of Christmas Carol Lane in Kennewick will be ready for viewing starting Saturday,

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Murphy scolds N.J. restaurant that flouted COVID rules, urges those who were there to get tested

Gov. Phil Murphy said Wednesday it made “absolutely no sense” for a New Jersey restaurant to have defied rules in place to stop the spread of the coronavirus as new cases continue to surge.

The governor criticized an Oakland restaurant, Portobello, after a Facebook photo of patrons packed in its outdoor bar area the night before Thanksgiving was shared dozens of times on social media.

“Everyone wants to know when

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At least 285 kids and school staff caught COVID-19 at school, new state stats show

Find all of the most important pandemic education news on Educating N.J., a special resource guide created for parents, students and educators.

The number of students, teachers and school staff who have contracted or transmitted the coronavirus at school rose to 285 this week after four new school outbreaks were reported, state health officials said Wednesday.

The new school outbreaks — defined as cases in which two or more

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Maria Lake State Park offers free admission on holiday | Sports

On Friday, Nov. 27 Maria Lake State Park was offering free admission to visitors and people from all over took advantage.

Usually visitors need a parking pass placed on the dashboard of their vehicle in order to enter the park but not on the Friday after Thanksgiving.

The Lake Maria State Park and Sand Dunes FRA Staff said that there are several days throughout the year when admission is free

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